Towards a National Understanding of the Agile Curriculum



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This National Forum Insight examines the concept of ‘Agile Curriculum’, emerging in tandem with changing modes of engagement with higher education.

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The purpose of this Insight is to examine what is meant by Agile Curriculum and how we can work as a sector towards a shared understanding of this term. We propose that this Insight can help to inform further discussions of Agile Curriculum at local, sectoral and national levels.

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